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If I have a tunnel opened with this command

 ssh -f root@localhost -g -L 60000:10.128.123.67:32354 -N

Which call of netstat do I have to use to see whether the tunnel is open or not?

I am working with Linux Red Hat.

Regards

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Do you want to know if the tunnel is available, or whether there are any connections using it? – Barmar Mar 13 '13 at 16:10
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netstat -anp | grep 60000.*ssh

should do the job.

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Hi TInk! Manny thanks it works ! – Abruzzo Forte e Gentile Mar 14 '13 at 8:55

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